Question about 2004 Suzuki RM 250
Sounds like dirt in the idle jet.I would get a carb rebuild kit and a can of carb cleaner and blast out every hole inside the carb.(Use safety glasses)Also make sure the float level is set perfectly to factory specs.Then if you have compressed air blow the carb out with that. Look inside the little idle jet and main jet holes and be sure nothing is blocking them. Install a good inline fuel filter before you start the bike.
Maybe even drain the tank to be sure most dirt is gone from tank.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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